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Person
ISNI: 
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Name: 
Douglas Moore (American composer)
Douglas Moore (compositeur américain)
Douglas Moore (US-amerikanischer Komponist)
Douglas Stuart Moore
Douglas Stuart Moore (Amerikaans dirigent (1893-1969))
Moore, Douglas,
Moore, Douglas S.
Moore, Douglas Stuart
داگلاس مور
ダグラス・ムーア
Dates: 
1893-1969
Creation class: 
Language material
Musical sound recording
Notated music
Projected medium
Text
Creation role: 
author
composer
performer
Related names: 
Benét, Stephen Vincent (1898-1943)
Decca record company
Latouche, John (1914-1956)
New Music String Quartet
New York City Opera
New York City Opera. Orchestra
Northern Illinois University
Oppenheim, David (1922-2007)
Richardson, Alan (1904-1978)
Rose, Norman (1917-2004)
Sills, Beverly
Winters, Lawrence
Titles: 
Adam was my grandfather
Adventures in a Perambulator
America's music from the Pilgrims to the present, Gilbert Chase,.... [2d printing. Foreword by Douglas Moore]
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene 1. "Horace, what is this?", The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene 1. "It's a bang-up job" (Tabor, Cronies, Girls), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene I. "Horace, what is this?" (Augusta), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene I. "I beg your pardon" (Baby Doe), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene I. Opening, The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene II. "Oh, Mr. Tabor!" (Baby Doe, Tabor), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene II. "Warm as the autumn light" (Tabor, Baby Doe, Augusta), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene II. "What a lovely evening" (Leadville Ladies & Men), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene II. "Willow, where we meet together" (Baby Doe), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene III. "Have you seen her?" (Augusta), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene III. "Now, where do you suppose?" (Augusta), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene III. "What are you looking for, Horace?" (Augusta), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene IV. "Excuse me" (Augusta), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene IV. "I knew it was wrong" (Baby Doe), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene IV. Letter Song "Dearest Mama" (Baby Doe), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene IV. "No! No! No!" (Baby Doe, Horace), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene IV. "Why, Mrs. Doe!" (Hotel Clerk), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene V. "What do you intend to do?" (Augusta, The Friends), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene VI. "And I'll show you something else" (Horace Tabor), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene VI. "Everything looks beautiful" (Mamma McCourt), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene VI. Silver Aria "Gold is a fine thing" (Baby Doe), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene I. "Augusta, what are you doing here?" (Horace Tabor), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene I. "Mama, Go inside!" (Baby Doe), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene I. Opening, The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene I. "The fine ladies work with their heada" (Baby Doe), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene II. "I'll raise you" (Sam, Bushy, Barney, Jacob), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene II. "Turn tail and run!" (Horace Tabor), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene III. "Good people of Leadville" (William Jennings Bryan), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene III. "La, la, la, la" (Leadville Ladies), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene IV. "Augusta! Augusta!" (Augusta), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene IV. "Extra! Extra!" (Newsboys), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene V. "Always Through the Changing" (Baby Doe), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene V. "Hey Mister!" (Stage Doorman), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene V. "Horace!" (Baby Doe), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene V. "Tabor owns the big hotel" (Chorus), The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act II, Scene V. "The cattle are asleep" (Horace Tabor), The
Ballad of Baby Doe. Augusta! How can you turn away?
Ballad of Baby Doe. Dearest Mama, I am writing
Ballad of Baby Doe. Willow song
Carry nation
city The power and the land, The ; written by J. Ivens & Edwin Locke ; music by Douglas Moore
Cotillion (Sketches)
Dance, piano
Dedication
Deuxième livre de solos pour cor
Devil and Daniel Webster. I've got a ram, Goliath
Devil and Daniel Webster. Selections
devil and Daniel Webster, The
Devil and Daniel Webster. Young William was a thriving boy
Devil & Daniel Webster: "Good evening", The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "I told you", The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "I was going", The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "In God's name", The
Devil & Daniel Webster (Lyric Opera of Kansas City feat. conductor: Russell Patterson), The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "Mary, Mary!", The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "Neighbors", The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "Oh, Mr. Stone", The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "Right nice wedding", The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "Thank you", The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "They're gone", The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "Whew!", The
Devil & Daniel Webster: "You hear, Mary", The
Dirge
Donne songs. Death, be not proud
Donne songs (Sketches)
Down East suite (Sketches)
Emperor's new clothes
Escalator ; Decoration Day ; The princess and the pea ; Mississippi
Farm journal
For all blasphemers
From madrigal to modern music a guide to musical styles
Gallantry
Giants in the Earth
Good night Harvard
Guide to musical styles, from madrigal to modern music
Headless horseman. Oh sun be quick to bow your head
hunters̓ horn, The
In a glass of water before retiring
In memoriam
Listening to music
lonesome house, The
McGraw-Hill series in music
Museum piece, piano
Museum pieces, organ
Musique de l'Amérique...
mysterious cat, The
Not this alone : 1943, revised version 1945
Old song
Once upon a Time
Pageant of P.T. Barnum: I. Boyhood at Bethel
Pageant of P.T. Barnum: II. Joice Heth - 161 Year Old Negress
Pageant of P.T. Barnum: III. General and Mrs. Tom Thumb
Pageant of P.T. Barnum: IV. Jenny Lind
Pageant of P.T. Barnum: V. Circus Parade
Pieces, piano
Poor wayfaring stranger
Power of the land. Suite (Sketches)
Prayer for England (Sketches)
Prayer for the United Nations (Sketches)
Preludes, piano (1957)
Prentice-Hall music Series, Dóuglas Moore, editor
Puss in boots
Quartet, violins (2), viola, cello
Quintet for clarinet and strings (1946)
Quintet for winds
Quintets, clarinet, violins (2), viola, cello (Sketches)
Quintets, flute, oboe, clarinet, horn, bassoon (Sketches)
Scherzo, organ
Second book of horn solos
Selections from McGuffey's reader
Simon Legree (Sketches)
Sonata, violin, piano (Sketches)
Song to Fessenden
Suite from Shakespearean music. Come away, death
Suite, piano. Air
Suite, piano. Barn dance
Suite, piano. Dancing school
Suite, piano. Prelude
Suite, piano. Procession
Suite, piano. Reel
Symphony, A major (Sketches)
Symphony in A. [Sound recording]
Thou hast made me : for high voice
Trio 1953
Trio, piano, violin, cello (Sketches)
U.S. composers. opera.
Under the greenwood tree
Vai-choo-loo
Village music (Sketches)
Village music suite ; for band
Waltz, piano
Waltz : temporary title
want magic ! American opera arias, I
William Sycamore (Sketches)
Willow Song, Ballad of Baby Doe, The
Wings of the dove
Woodwind quintet 1942
Works. Selections (Sketches)
Youth gets a break
Contributed to or performed: 
Ballad of Baby Doe, The
Ballad of Baby Doe: Act I, Scene IV. The Lobby of the Clarendon House, Shortly Thereafter, The
Moore: Pageant of P.T. Barnum / Carpenter: Adventures in a Perambulator / Rogers: Once Upon a Time / Phillips: Selections from McGuffey's Reader
Queen of the Night (B.J. Ward)
Notes: 
Department of Music
The arranger's thesis (M. Mus.)--Northern Illinois University, 1967
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